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Boaz Huss

Madame Théon, Alta Una, Mother Superior: The Life and Personas of Mary Ware (1839–1908) // Aries – Journal for the Study of Western Esotericism 15 (2015), pp. 210–246.

The Cosmic Movement was founded in the early 20th century by two mysterious esoteric teachers, Max Théon, and his wife, Madame Théon. Madame Théon, who was also known as Una and Alma, had a leading role in the movement—but, her disciples did not know her real name, her origins, or her history before she met Théon. This article shall introduce new information concerning the early history of Madame Théon, which enables to determine with precision her identity and origins, the main stages in her life, and her intellectual and spiritual activities and transformations.

Cotton, Henry John Stedman

India: a Policy and a Prospect / Ed. by W.T.Stead.– London.– 16 p.

Indian and Home Memories.– London: Adelphi Terrace; Leipsic: Inselstrasse.– 1910.– 352 p., 19 ill.

New India or India in Transition.– Popular edition.– London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Co, 1886.– 184 p.

Cotton, James Sutherland

Mountstuart Elphinstone and the making of South-Western India.– Oxford: Clarendon Press.– 222 p. [serial?] Rulers of India / Ed. by Sir William Wilson Hunter

Cotton, James Sutherland; Payne E.J.– Colonies and DependenciesIn 2 Parts.– London: Macmillan and Co., 1883.– 164 p.– Contets: Part I. India / by Cotton, James Sutherland.– Part II. The Colonies / By E.J. Payne

Cousins, James Henry

Etain the beloved and other poems.– Dublin: Maunsel ans Co., 1912.– 96 p.

Straight and crooked.– London: Grant Richards LTD, [without date].– 64 p.

Surya-gita (sun songs) together with second editions of «The garland of life» and «Moulted feathers».– Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1922.– 152 p.

The awakening, and other sonnets.– Dublin: Mountsel and Co.– 13 p.

The Bell-Branch.– Dublin: Mountsel and Co.– 1908.– 47 p.

The play of Brahma: an essay on the drama in national revival.– Bangalore: The Amateur Dramatic Assotiation, 1921.– 69 p.

The Quest.– Dublin: Maunsel and Co.; London: 26, Ludgate Hill, 1906.– 56 p.

The Voice of One: poems, sonnets.– London: Paternoster Square, 1900.– 79 p.

War: a theosophical view.– London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1914.– 30 p.

We Two Together: An autobiography.– Madras: Ganesh and Co, 1950.– 784 p. [Available on-lain only pages 349-395.]

Work And Worship: Essays on Culture and Creative Art

Das, Chittaranjan

Freedom through Disobedience.– Madras: Arka Publishing House, 1922

Sea Songs / Translated into English by Sri Aurobindo

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

The Tale of My Exile: twelve years in the Andamans.– Pondicherry: Arya Office, 1922.– 168 p.

Ghose, Lotika

Manmohan Ghose: Biography.– In English.– New Delhi : Sahitya Akademi, 1975.– 96 p.; 23 cm.

On Sri Aurobindo’s brother

Ghose, Manmohan

Love-songs and elegies.– London: Elkin Mathews, 1898.– 40 p.

Songs of love and death / Edited with an Introduction by Laurence Binyon.– Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1926.– 166 p.

Ghose, Motilal

Foreword // A step in the steamer / Ed. Amrita Bazar Patrika.– Bombay: National Bureau Office, 1918.– 190 p.

Heehs, Peter

The Lives of Sri Aurobindo

Nirodbaran Talukdar

Talks by Nirodbaran: December 1969–July 1970 / Edited by Sunayana and Maurice.– 1st Ed.– Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 2018.– 267 p.

Phillips, Stephen

Heehs, Peter. Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography: a book review

Richard, Paul

The lord of the nations/ Translation revised by Samuel Evans Stokes.— Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1923.– 157 p.

The Scourge of Christ.— New York: A. A. Knopf, 1929.

To the nations.— New York: J. B. Pond, 1917.

Without passport: the life and work of Paul Richard / Translated from French into English by Linda Richard; edited and abridged by Michel P. Richard.— New York: P. Lang, 1987.– 137 p.

Roy, Dwijendra Lal

Rise of India = Bharatabarsha: A song by Dwijendra Lal Roy / Translated ibto English by Sri Aurobindo // A&R,- Volume 4, No1 (1980, April), pp. 30-31

Sister Nivedita (Noble, Margaret Elizabeth)

Cradle Tales of Hinduism.— London; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1917.— 343 p.

Footfalls of Indian history.— London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1915.— 276 p.

Myths of the Hindus and Buddhists.— New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1914.— 400 p.

Religion and Dharma.— London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1915.— 156 p.

Studies from an eastern home.— London; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1913.— 213 p.

The master as I saw him: being pages from the life of the Swami Vivekanada.— London; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910.— 514 p.; xxvii.

The Web of Indian Life.—London: William Heinemann, 1904.— 301 p.

Soliman, Lotfallah

Auroville, the fulfilment of a dream // UNESCO Courier, n1, pp.46-49, v. 46, Jan 1993 Number:01438500.– ISSN: 0041-5278

Thakore, Satyendra

Their Deep Compassion

Zinkin, Taya

Heehs, Peter. Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography: a book review

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